Tampa White Collar Crime Attorney
If you’re facing white-collar criminal charges, you may be under the impression that you don’t need an attorney, or that the consequences of a white-collar criminal conviction are much less severe than those of a violent crime. The truth is, however, that conviction of white-collar crime can lead to years behind bars, high fees, and other severe repercussions. At the law office of Trombley & Hanes, our Tampa white-collar crime lawyer provides representation for all types of white-collar criminal matters, including both state and federal crimes. Reach out to our law firm today to learn more about your legal options and how we can represent you when you need it most.
Types of White-Collar Criminal Cases We Work On
Trombley & Hanes representation of white collar crime matters include defense of criminal investigations and trials, corporate internal investigations, and regulatory matters in response to FBI, IRS, Department of Justice, DOD, OIG, EPA, HUD, DEA and U.S Attorney probes. Trombley & Hanes vigorously defends against all types of white collar crime and civil litigation such as Tax Fraud, Healthcare Fraud, Defense Contracting Fraud, Conspiracy, Securities Fraud, Money Laundering, Wire Fraud, Mail Fraud, Public Corruption, Bank Fraud, Environmental Crimes, RICO, Antitrust, and represents clients in Qui tam/Whistleblowing Actions.
We defend again all types of white-collar criminal charges, including:
- Bank Fraud
- CARES Act Fraud Defense
- COVID-19 Fraud Defense
- COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Fraud
- Defense Contract Fraud
- Government Fraud
- Immigration Violations
- Money Laundering
- Pharmaceutical Company Opioid Litigation
- Doctor & Pharmacy Opioid Litigation
- PPP Loan Fraud Defense
The manner in which prosecutors exercise their decision-making authority has far-reaching implications, both in terms of justice and effectiveness in law enforcement and in terms of the consequences for individual citizens. A determination to prosecute represents a policy judgment that the fundamental interests of society require the application of the criminal laws to a particular set of circumstances—recognizing both that serious violations of law must be prosecuted, and that prosecution entails profound consequences for the accused and the family of the accused whether or not a conviction ultimately results. Other prosecutorial decisions can be equally significant. Decisions, for example, regarding the specific charges to be brought, or concerning plea dispositions, effectively determine the range of sanctions that may be imposed for criminal conduct. Criminal investigations also affect the success of related civil suits for recovery of damages.
If you are facing white-collar criminal charges, it’s important that you call an experienced attorney as soon as possible for representation. Our lawyers can start working on your case immediately.
Penalties for White-Collar Crimes
While collar crimes are penalized differently depending on the type of crime, whether or not the crime is classified as a misdemeanor or a felony, the amount of money involved in the white collar crime, and the defendant’s criminal record. First-degree felony white-collar crimes are punishable by up to 30 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
How Our Tampa White-Collar Crime Attorneys Can Help
Our Tampa white-collar crimes attorneys can offer representation before criminal, civil, and administrative tribunals. When you choose our law firm, you can count on us to provide comprehensive, aggressive legal services. Ways we’ll help you include:
- Explaining the charges you’re facing. Our lawyers will work with you to make sure that you understand the charges that you’re facing and the potential consequences of a conviction. We’ll also explain all options for defending yourself against charges or negotiating a plea bargain.
- Reviewing the prosecution’s evidence. We’ll review the prosecution’s evidence against you to determine the strength of the prosecution’s evidence and case against you, as well as start to build your defense. We can also determine whether or not evidence was lawfully obtained.
- Defending you against charges. If you decide to plead not guilty, then our job is to build your defense and do everything possible to secure a conviction of innocence.
- Negotiating a plea bargain. If defending yourself against charges isn’t appropriate, we will work with the prosecution to negotiate a plea bargain.
Call Our Tampa White-Collar Crime Lawyer Today
Facing the potential of prison, large fines, and a damaged reputation can be nerve-racking. When you are facing white-collar criminal charges in Tampa, you need a Tampa white-collar crime lawyer on your side to advocate for you. Call Trombley & Hanes directly today to learn more.
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